The Luxury Cars We Want to Test Drive the Most!


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From Bullitt to James Bond to Fast and Furious, luxury cars have always captured our imaginations. But which ones drive the most interest when it comes to taking them for a spin in the real world?

Which luxury cars are the world’s most desirable to test drive?

Model Brand Estimated yearly search volumes
1 Macan Porsche 3,720
2 Aventador SVJ Lamborghini 3,360
2 AMG One Mercedes-Benz 3,360
4 Chiron Super Sport 300+ Bugatti 3,000
5 La Voiture Noire Bugatti 2,520
5 Taycan Porsche 2,520
6 Dawn Rolls-Royce 2,160
7 911 Carrera S Porsche 1,800
8 Ghost Rolls-Royce 1,680
9 Continental GT Bentley 1,440
9 Panamera Porsche 1,440
9 Phantom Rolls-Royce 1,440
10 Wraith Rolls-Royce 1,200


The Porsche Macan leads as the world’s most desirable luxury car for test driving. On average, 3,700 yearly searches are made by people interested in having a taste of how it feels to be behind the wheel of the luxury crossover SUV made by German car manufacturer Porsche.

One of the most iconic models of the Aventador family, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and Mercedes AMG One come in joint second place as the luxury cars we want to test drive the most. Each vehicle is searched on average 3,360 times per year.

The fourth most searched luxury car for test driving is the high-performance variant of the original Chiron called Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+. The variant is limited to 30 owners, but it seems to be on the radar of motorheads as it’s searched 3,000 times yearly on average.

Also based on the Chiron, next on the list is another car of the French car manufacturer Bugatti, La Voiture Noire. Sold for $18.68 million, test driving one of the most expensive cars built to date is Googled 2,520 times per year on average. Also sparking the same amount of searches per year is the all-electric Porsche Taycan. 

Aston Martin and BMW are the brands we want to test drive the most!

The classic luxury sports brand Aston Martin races into first place with 56,400 yearly global test driving-related searches. Also overtaking the rest of the field is the German industrial giant BMW, which takes second place with an average of 30,000 yearly global searches. Keeping up the German reputation is Porsche, making podium finish in third place with 22,800 searches every year on average.

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